funnyandhilarious:

Colbert looking for the truth. »
funnyandhilarious:

Roommate sets his goals pretty low. (x-post /r/funnyandsad) »
funnyandhilarious:

The Truth About Asian Kids »
funnyandhilarious:

I Didn’t Know Van Damme Had A Daughter »
funnyandhilarious:

Dog Philosophy »
funnyandhilarious:

Waking Up Early In The Morning »
funnyandhilarious:

You don’t wanna know »
funnyandhilarious:

I started dating a girl with a dog. I have a cat. We decided it was time to introduce them. This is me just before being caught in violent crossfire. »
funnyandhilarious:

This Is My Life Now »
funnyandhilarious:

What do we say to the god of death? »

(Source: derpiana)

funnyandhilarious:

Cat Candle With Metal Skeleton »

Sweet.
worldofkeana:

falsi:

this is my favorite gif and i did not expect this

Omfg I love this

worldofkeana:

falsi:

this is my favorite gif and i did not expect this

Omfg I love this

(Source: thesochillnetwork, via live-for-skatelife)

exploratorium:

Fly like a Hawk with Birdly

Who needs a flying car when you can take flight with your own wings? A team from the Zurich University of the Arts touched down at the Exploratorium at After Dark on August 7th, 2014 with Birdly, their interactive 3D full-body virtual reality experience in which visitors flew through a 3D model of San Francisco, embodying a virtual Red Kite, a bird of prey similar to a hawk, using full-motion controls powered by their arms and hands. 

Read more: http://blogs.exploratorium.edu/fabricated-realities/fly-like-a-red-kite-with-birdly/

smithsonianlibraries:

A diagram of the movement of the Moon around the Earth (seen here) and a recipe for invisible ink await you in Mary Smith’s Commonplace Book. Help us make Mary’s journal of scientific inquiry more accessible by becoming a digital volunteer at the Smithsonian Transcription Center.

smithsonianlibraries:

A diagram of the movement of the Moon around the Earth (seen here) and a recipe for invisible ink await you in Mary Smith’s Commonplace Book. Help us make Mary’s journal of scientific inquiry more accessible by becoming a digital volunteer at the Smithsonian Transcription Center.

(via coolchicksfromhistory)